Portugal will be aiming to bounce back from their 1-0 loss to Morocco in the World Cup by securing a victory in their upcoming game. In their previous match, Portugal had 73% possession and attempted 12 shots on goal, with 3 of them hitting the target.
Recent matches involving Portugal have been known for their excitement and frequent goal-scoring opportunities. In their last six matches, both teams have scored a combined total of 22 goals, averaging 3.67 goals per game, with Portugal scoring 16 of those goals. However, this trend may not continue in their next match.
Liechtenstein, after their defeat against Gibraltar in an International Friendly match, are determined to rectify their performance in the upcoming game. Gibraltar’s Roy Chipolina (14′) and Liam Walker (21′) were the scorers in the previous game. It has been noticed that in the recent games involving Liechtenstein, there has been a recurring pattern of at least one team not scoring. Out of their last 6 games, this has happened 5 times, with the opponents scoring a total of 11 goals and Liechtenstein managing to score only 1 goal.
Liechtenstein is currently being led by interim manager Rene Pauritsch, who recently took over from Martin Stocklasa. Stocklasa has left to manage Vaduz in club football. The national team, also known as the Blue-Reds, has never qualified for the European Championship before. This means that Pauritsch has a daunting task ahead of him as he prepares his team to face the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and his teammates, Watch Now on Kilamity Blog.